Barbie Kyagulanyi graduates with Masters in International Human Rights from University of London

Barbie Kyagulanyi graduates with Masters in International Human Rights from University of London.

Ugandan activist, Bobi Wine’s wife Barbie Kyagulani has graduated with a Masters degree in International Human Rights from the University of London. In her message, she thanked Bobi Wine for the support he rendered during the period she was in for her studies. “I am most grateful to my husband Bobi Wine for the FULL and UNRESERVED support! You are…

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The impact of online learning on students’ attendance of classes & examinations

The impact of online classes on students

Conrad Asiimwe is a second-year student pursuing a Bachelors’ Degree in Journalism and Communication and just like many other students, he was affected by the online learning system. With close to no experience with gadgets, he was thrown into the world of technology as the university resorted to using online study platforms. Traditionally, the learning process within the university consisted…

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Gov’t starts receiving student loan scheme applications

Gov't starts receiving student loan scheme applications.

The Higher Education Students’ Financing Board (HESFB) has started receiving applications for students who are interested in getting the students’ loan scheme. The board expects to choose 1600 successful applicants including 100 continuing students. “The Board with funding from government has set aside UGX 6Billion to support 1500 new cohort of student loan beneficiaries and at least 100 Continuing students…

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Kakinda: The Hidden Ups and Downs of Graduation

The Hidden Ups and Downs of Graduation

Thousands of students are graduating in Uganda come next week, as this is happening, something rings in my mind whenever this happens! Graduation represents the culmination of a journey and the attainment of a goal. It is an exciting period in a person’s life and an array of feelings will surface for the graduate. While most people think of graduation…

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Dr. Muyingo eliminates possibility of schools opening this month

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Minister of Higher education, Dr. John Chrysestom Muyingo has eliminated truth from the media rumour that schools will reopen this September. Unlike the media claims, Dr. Muyingo disclaimed this information while speaking at the release of the Uganda Business and Technical Examinations stating that the possibility of opening schools were slim. Prior to this, speculations had spread all over media…

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